Looking for links to printable information any anything

Discussion in 'Preparedness & Survival' started by roar9roar, Aug 22, 2012.

  1. roar9roar

    roar9roar
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    My printer is going out and I want to use my old ink before it no longer works. So I am looking for links for everything survival. Food storage, neat ideas, firearms and ballistics charts, gardening, animal care/first aid, ect..

    If you know of a good link please share!
     
  2. slimer13

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    This will eat up some ink:)

    Free military manuels in PDF format:

    Military Manuals
     
  3. roar9roar

    roar9roar
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    Now that's what I am talking about! Thanks!
     
  4. PX4WA

    PX4WA
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    print out a lot of paper targets... there's a lot of free ones online
     
  5. Sgt Nambu

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    Google the "top 50 survival blogs". Those will keep you busy.
     
  6. AMProducts

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    Nuclear War Survival Skills by Kearny, one of the more definitive books on nuclear war, and post-apocalyptic survival.

    http://www.nukepills.com/docs/nuclear_war_survival_skills.pdf

    I would recommend this over any of the "/[survival,prepper]/blog" postings that are out there, unless you want to depend on the advice of rank amateurs for your survival needs.

    I might also recommend:
    FM 6-22 http://www.fas.org/irp/doddir/army/fm6-22.pdf
    TM 4-0001-28
    TM 4-0001-29
    TM 4-0001-30
    TM 4-0001-37
    TM 4-0001-36
    TM 4-0001-38
    TM 4-0001-39
    FM21-10

    That should be several reams of very useful paper.
     
  7. tc556guy

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    How'd your quest go, OP?
     
  8. roar9roar

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    Ended up buying and burning through about 4 extra reams of paper on the new printer as well. There was just too much good stuff! Appreciate info from everyone.

    Also upgraded my kindle and was able to send a bunch of the pdf files to my old one. Its a good way to store mass info in accessible form provided we don't suffer any sort of EMP, fyi.
     
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  9. tc556guy

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    For ease of portability I'm sticking to my thumbdrive for info storage, but I understand a lot of folks like the Kindle.
    Glad your info accumulation is working well for you
     
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